Definition of Poachings

1. Noun. (plural of poaching) ¹



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Definition of Poachings

1. poaching [n] - See also: poaching

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Poachings

poach
poachable
poachard
poached
poached egg
poached eggs
poacher
poacher turned gamekeeper
poachers
poachers turned gamekeepers
poaches
poachier
poachiest
poachiness
poaching
poachings (current term)
poachy
poaka
poakas
poake
poakes
poas
poast
pobby
poblano
poblanos
poboy
poboys
pobs
pocan

Literary usage of Poachings

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1. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1834)
"To them must be ascribed, the remarkable increase for the time of their presence, of the usual number of thefts, pilfer- ings, poachings, &c. ..."

2. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1834)
"To them must be ascribed, the remarkable increase for the time of their presence, of the usual number of thefts, pilfer- ings, poachings, &c. ..."

3. The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for by Edmund Burke (1817)
"... poachings, &c. After they had been poaching tolerably extensively, which w<vs followed by a hearty feast, Pace set to work, and before the morning he ..."

4. The Liberty Bell by Maria Weston Chapman (1853)
"BILL was cleverer about this sort of thing than about some others; for certain night- poachings in a river at home had familiarized him ..."

5. The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for by Edmund Burke (1817)
"... poachings, &c. After they had been poaching tolerably extensively, which w<vs followed by a hearty feast, Pace set to work, and before the morning he ..."

6. The Liberty Bell by Maria Weston Chapman (1853)
"BILL was cleverer about this sort of thing than about some others; for certain night- poachings in a river at home had familiarized him ..."

7. A History of the Adirondacks by Alfred Lee Donaldson (1921)
"His whole nature slanted back to the beginnings of things and resented the poachings of progress. He sought solitude and provender in the woods, not beauty. ..."

8. A History of the Adirondacks by Alfred Lee Donaldson (1921)
"His whole nature slanted back to the beginnings of things and resented the poachings of progress. He sought solitude and provender in the woods, not beauty. ..."

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